Posted On Friday, October 18, 2013 By temp. Under iPhone Apps, MacRumors Tags: amazon, apple, cool, copyright, flash, front page, google, home, ipad, mac, macrumors, microsoft, Motorola, weather
Yesterday, researchers made a presentation at the Hack in the Box conference arguing that Apple's iMessage system could theoretically allow Apple or another party to intercept the encrypted messages. The concern stems in part from Apple's use of a private server for storing users' public keys used to encrypt messages, meaning that senders have no way of knowing whether a potentially false key has been inserted in order to intercept messages intended for a different recipient
Posted On Friday, October 11, 2013 By admin. Under iPhone Apps, MacRumors Tags: color, copyright, countries, entertainment, fall, front page, health, home, ipad, iphone, iphone apps, mac, technology
The much-rumored iWatch may be used as a home automation gateway, allowing users to control various functions within their houses, according to a new research note by Cantor Fitzgerald analyst Brian White. As an Apple supplier, our contact offered insight into the "iWatch" and described this potential new device as much more than an extension of your iPhone but as a multi-purpose gateway in allowing consumers to control their home (i.e., heating/cooling, lights, audio, video, etc.). This functionality would mirror the abilities of apps by Philips and Nest to power the Hue lightbulbs and Nest Thermostat , allowing users to control lighting and temperature from simple commands on their devices
Posted On Tuesday, October 8, 2013 By admin. Under DVICE, iPhone Apps, MacRumors Tags: guitar, holidays, home, imac, iphone, ipod, macrumors, music, united-states
Samsung has failed to win a presidential veto overturning a looming import ban on several of its older mobile devices, reports Bloomberg . The ban is based on a verdict in a U.S. International Trade Commission case in which the company was ruled to have infringed upon patents held by Apple.
Posted On Monday, October 7, 2013 By admin. Under iPhone Apps, MacRumors Tags: apple, consumer, copyright, facebook, game, guitar, holidays, home, imac, ipod, macrumors, music, technology, united-states
Both LG and Samsung plan to release phones that feature curved displays in the near future, reports Reuters . Flexible curved displays, which have been utilized in television sets, are a developing technology for smartphones and other consumer electronic devices. Curved displays are in the early stages of development and allow bendable or foldable designs that could eventually allow mobile and wearable gadgets to take new forms that could radically change the high-end smartphone market.
Posted On Wednesday, October 2, 2013 By admin. Under iPhone Apps, MacRumors Tags: adventure, apple, credit, facebook, home, ipad, iphone, iphone apps, ipod, macrumors, racing, software, video-game, weather
A new video that explores the possibility of a Touch ID fingerprint sensor on the fifth-generation iPad has been released on YouTube channel Unbox Therapy .
Posted On Tuesday, September 10, 2013 By temp. Under iPhone Apps, MacRumors, TechCrunch Tags: animated, color, design, disney, facebook, flash, front page, gaming, home, ipad, ipod, macrumors, walmart
A number of news sites have been able to go hands-on with Apple's newly announced iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c , both of which introduce a number of new features. While the iPhone 5c’s major selling point is its bright and colorful polycarbonate shell, the iPhone 5s boasts processor improvements and a new Touch ID fingerprint sensor. iPhone 5s In a hands-on post of the iPhone 5s, The Verge notes that the gold color “looks better in person” compared to leaked images, and notes that the "Space Gray" and white colors are very similar to the iPhone 5
Posted On Thursday, August 22, 2013 By temp. Under 9to5Mac, DVICE, iPhone Apps, MacRumors, TechCrunch, Yahoo! Answers Tags: black, color, downloads, facebook, home, ipad, navigation, software
Japanese website ASCII.JP [ Google translation ] has posted new photos allegedly showing the highly-rumored gold color configuration for the iPhone 5S, comparing the device’s casing to the traditional color options of the iPhone as well as offering a solo photo from the device’s rear. The color of the device appears to be in line with previous reports that stated that the device would have a “champagne” color palette as opposed to an ingot gold look. Over the past few weeks, numerous reports have added to the growing chorus of claims for the color option of Apple’s upcoming device, with notable tech journalists such as TechCrunch 's MG Siegler indicating from his sources that the iPhone 5S would be offered in a gold color
iPhone 5S Fingerprint Scanning Home Button to Look Nearly Identical, iOS 7 for iPad to Debut Later with New Hardware?
Posted On Monday, August 19, 2013 By temp. Under 9to5Mac, iPhone Apps, MacRumors Tags: apple, fall, google maps, home, imac, ipad, ipod, mac, networks
As we get closer to the September 10th announcement of the new iPhone and the public launch of the next version of iOS, more details are leaking out regarding the new 5S and the rollout of iOS 7. Mark Gurman at 9to5Mac , who has reported accurately in the past, published a lengthy post today sharing a number of tidbits that he has heard from his sources. Gurman says there will be a fingerprint scanner built into the home button of the iPhone 5S, but it will not look significantly different from the current home button.
Posted On Sunday, August 11, 2013 By temp. Under iPhone Apps, MacRumors Tags: books, hardware, home, iphone, iphone apps, ipod, jordan, macrumors, music, pandora
KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, who has on a number of occasions offered accurate information on Apple's product plans, has issued a new research note indicating that the iPhone 5S may include a sapphire-covered convex home button housing a fingerprint sensor. The iPhone's home button has had a concave shape since its introduction in 2007, but Kuo believes that moving to a convex shape would give Apple more space in which to fit the fingerprint sensor expected to be a differentiating feature for the iPhone 5S.
Posted On Monday, July 29, 2013 By admin. Under 9to5Mac, iPhone Apps, MacRumors Tags: apple, copyright, facebook, fighter, google, google maps, home, iphone, jordan, microsoft, software, technology, trademark
Following its 2012 acquisition of mobile security firm AuthenTec, which specialized in fingerprint sensors, Apple has been rumored to be looking to incorporate its technology into its future products. Rumors have indicated that such a sensor could be a differentiating feature for Apple's upcoming iPhone 5S, although there has so far been little in the way of solid evidence that such a feature is in the works. But as noted by Hamza Sood ( via 9to5Mac ), Apple's developer release of iOS 7 beta 4 today has brought a significant clue that Apple is indeed planning to bring the technology to the iPhone later this year.